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Indian Women Writers: A Critical Reinterpretation

M.B. Gaijan (Editor) Amar Nath Prasad (Editor)
Synopsis Indian women writers have created so many milestones in the field of literature in particular and in other fields of human knowledge in general. They have become today the centre of critical attention everywhere. This book which is an anthology of critical research paper contributed by different scholars hailing from the different parts of India is a modest attempt to discuss critically the various literary, non-literary and to some extent even some untouched and unnoticed shades of women writings.

The book, will certainly get a warm reception in the hands of both the students and teachers. It will also prove to be helpful for all those readers and research scholars who want to be more familiar with the various aspects of the works of the aforesaid women writers.
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About the authors

M.B. Gaijan

Dr. M.B. Gaijan teaches English at Samaldas Arts College, Bhavnagar, Gujarat.  He has presented his research papers in various National and International seminars and conferences.  His papers have been published in the leading critical volumes.  His doctoral work is on "Dalit Literary Tradition in Gujarat".  Gujarat Dalit Sahitya Akademi has accepted to publish his thesis.

Amar Nath Prasad

Dr. Amar Nath Prasad teaches English at Jagdam College (Jaiprakash University Chapra, Bihar. He is gold medallist in English. He has attended a number of seminars and conferences. Most of his scholarly poems/papers have been published in different books and journals, magazines and newspapers. Recently he has completed his Ph. D. Degree on Arundathi Roy's The God of Small Things. He has edited more than half a dozen standard books of English literature. He has also authored three books: 1. Practical Criticism; 2. Arundathi Roy's The God of Small Things. 3. Critical Essays on Indian Writing in English.

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Bibliographic information

Title Indian Women Writers: A Critical Reinterpretation
Format Hardcover
Date published: 28.10.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788176259705
length xiv+238p., 23cm.